Jimmy Kimmel better watch his back because it looks like high schools are starting to make their own versions of his very popular series where celebrities read mean tweets about themselves. Instead of celebrities, these students found the closest thing to celebrities at their school... their teachers.
Students of Fountain Valley High School's BBN, or Baron Broadcast Network, put together this video of some of the high school's most well-known teachers and had them react to student's tweets. The results are pretty phenomenal.
By the way, if you couldn't see why the thumb war tweet was so funny... Well, Mr. Z has no thumbs.
Turns out, Mr. Z is also the high school's teacher of the year, high four! I came across this information during my intense Google research. By "Intense Google research" I mean I Googled "Ziebarth high four." No, I'm not kidding.
This isn't the first time the Barons showed their social media prowess. During their annual "Baron Games," both students and staff joined in on making this Harlem Shake video. The video had so many spirited students and staff members, that it was actually recognized by KIIS FM.
However, my beloved Barons weren't the only, or even the first Orange County high school to do a Kimmel parody. Check out what the Griffins over at Los Alamitos High School made. The video of all of their teachers' has over 100,000 views!
Celebrities or teachers, students or not, it looks like you should start thinking twice before sending those tweets.
If you missed Kimmel's latest "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" video, What's Trending has you covered. You can watch the video below, and you can read our post about it here.